Negotiations over the Greece/Macedonia/FYROM Name Dispute resumed in New York on May 24-25 following consultations in Washington by Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias earlier in the week. The “Republic of Ilinden Macedonia” proposal that emerged last week after high-level consultations in Sofia appears to have faded into insignificance. In the tense political atmosphere in Athens which has clearly shifted to pre-election mode, the focus on the Name Dispute negotiations is now largely about how...

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